The following theme mock-up by ~RustedThorn may be a tad indulgent on the branding scales (and closing an application via a menu everytime would get real annoying real fast) but you know what? I really don't care. It looks beautiful.
Force quitting rogue applications could do with looking better. Acording to you guys that is, who often send in your mock-ups on how you think unresponsive application notifications should be shown.
DeviantArtist Musl1m has mocked up his idea of how the Ubuntu Software Centre should look as it evolves its ever-growing feature set.
Could Unity's application over-view look better for Natty? Discussions currently taking place on the Ayatana mailing list certainly think so and the mock-up below is one such proposed solution.
When using my netbook I loathe having to use Empathy - or any instant messenger for that matter. But why?
Evolution is a little bit staid in the UI department - but don't fix what isn't broken right?
The following idea on creating an by Daniel Planas was posted to the Ayatana mailing list. I think it’s quite a novel idea so thought I’d share it here. Calling for ‘intelligent indicators’ Daniel’s idea […]
Widgets on the desktop; some people can be quite snooty about them but there is a reason they are available by default on two of the most popular Operating Systems. ~Musl1m on DevinatArt thinks Unity has an opportunity there and has mocked up the following example of what Widgets on Unity could look like.
Dan Rabbit – creator of the phenomenally popular elementary gtk and icon themes and designer of related elementary projects – has shown off an Ambiance styled mock-up of his ‘Marlin’ file browser. Seeing Dan’s ideas […]
Popular Linux video editor OpenShot has many, many fans but despite its UI trying to remain as simple as possible it sometimes seems to work against the user rather than with them.
As wide in scope as the Elementary project has stretched in the last few years it is still one canon short of an arsenal - it lacks a dedicated Elementary-styled media player. ~jdorenbush over on […]
Unity may not even be officially released yet but already people are thinking about how it can improve for 11.04 and beyond. Take Michael Jonker’s awesome interactive Unity mock-up, as posted to the Ayatana mailing […]